The White Horse Country Pub & Restaurant.
WE ARE OPEN - 7 DAYS A WEEK 11AM - 10PM BAR UNTIL CLOSE SUNDAY BRUNCH 11 TO 4PM
ON THE DECK - ON THE PATIO - ON THE RIVER OR IN THE TAVERN BY THE FIRE - Reservations accepted: 860 868 1496 - LOOKING FORWARD TO WELCOMING YOU - ENJOY
Editors Choice Award, THE BEST OF NEW ENGLAND - THE WHITE HORSE - BEST CLASSIC PUB .....Yankee Magazine 2014 READERS CHOICE BEST RESTAURANTS STATEWIDE - BEST VALUE - BEST PRIME RIB January 2014 Connecticut magazine 2013 BEST RESTAURANTS EXPERTS' PICKS STATEWIDE - BEST PUB - BEST PRIME RIB - BEST VALUE (Honorable Mention) February 2013 Connecticut Magazine BEST OF CONNECTICUT 2012 AWARDS: BEST PUB FOOD STATEWIDE BEST VALUE - LITCHFIELD COUNTY - BEST PUB FOOD - LITCHFIELD COUNTY January 2012 Connecticut Magazine BEST OF CONNECTICUT 2011 AWARDS: BEST RESTAURANT BAR - STATEWIDE (runner up) - BEST PRIME RIB - STATEWIDE (runner up) - BEST VALUE - LITCHFIELD COUNTY - BEST NEW RESTAURANT - LITCHFIELD COUNTY - BEST RESTAURANT BAR - LITCHFIELD COUNTY - BEST PRIME RIB - LITCHFIELD COUNTY January 2011 Connecticut Magazine
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- "The White Horse Country Pub and Restaurant will put Marbledale on the map throughout the quad state region - that is New York, Connecticut, Massachusetts, and Vermont" - ***** 'EXCELLENT' - Country and Abroad Magazine
2013 YANKEE MAGAZINE - THE IDEAL PLACE IN OUR NEW ENGLAND DREAM TOWN
Top 28 Destinations for a date in Connecticut - February 2011 Connecticut Magazine
Cozy, Culinary Delights British, French and American Classics at their best: White Horse Country Pub and Restaurant in Marbledale, CT *****EXCELLENT by Elizabeth B. Potter
The new White Horse Country Pub and Restaurant will put Marbledale, Connecticut on the map for our readers throughout the quad-state region-that is New York, Connecticut, Massachusetts, and Vermont. An earlier version of this restaurant had for many years a reputation for good food with local Connecticut diners, primarily those from the Litchfield Hills and northern Fairfield County. Busy and somewhat raucous, this earlier tavern was known for its good burgers and draft beers.